Privacy Statement Usage:
The following information about the use of the
Privacy Statement was received from DOE HQ by email (7/5/2001).
The Privacy Statement should be on all pages that
meet the following "criteria", although it is somewhat
- Home Pages
- Major Entrances or major subsections
- Pages that tend to be "advertised" to
- Generally 2 or three tiers down is a good rule of
thumb, but obviously won't work for all sites.
Linking to the BNL Privacy Statement:
When do I need to use the Privacy Statement?
If your web pages are being hosted by ITD's
Microsoft IIS (windows type) web
servers, the hyper-link to the BNL Privacy Statement is automatically
to the bottom of every web page being served from that machine. In most
cases the web authors will not have to worry
about adding this link.
The only exception to the rule:
Sometimes this banner
option may conflict with certain html code running on web pages (ex. code
running outside the </html> tag). In this case the banner option can
be removed from the entire website or from a specific web folder where
this feature is conflicting with the web page code. Once this banner
option is removed, it's the web author's responsibility
to make sure their the web pages meet the Privacy
Setting up the hyper-link to the privacy
Highlight the link below with your mouse then copy and paste this link
to the bottom of your web page (assuming your using a graphical type web
page editor - FrontPage or Dreamweaver).
Privacy and Security Notice
Insert the html code shown below into your web page, just before your
</body> (end body) tag using a text editor.
----------- copy the code between the lines ---------
face="Verdana" size="2">Privacy and Security Notice</font></a>
----------- copy the code between the lines
Last Modified: February 1, 2008